If your computer has the recovery image on the hard drive (which many vendors place now a days..), just boot the computer and hit the appropriate function key to access this process. Depending on the computer, the key may be F1, F2, F11, etc.. You can find this info on the vendor's web site if you search for "windows recovery" or similar search.
Once you access the recovery options, just select a full recover, clean installation, or something similar.
Your computer will be reverted back to the original default state.
make sure that you backup any of your documents, favorites, etc.. before you initiate this process.
If you dont have a recovery partition/image, then you can get a Windows 7 DVD and perform a clean install. You'd have to get a hold of the drivers that windows doesnt provide you with.
So if your computer has Windows 7 installed, you should either already have the Win 7 installation media on DVD or the computer manufacturer left you with the Win 7 recovery files in a separate partition that you access during the recovery process. If you have neither, then yes, you would have to get the new media.
I'm not familiar with those links, but if you have a valid product key, I'd simply call Microsoft Support about where to get the media. They give the media away. What they care about is the fact that you paid for a key. if you have the key, they should be able to give you a download link.
Again, i looked at the link you posted, but im not familiar with that process.
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